Under the One District One Focus Produce (ODOFP) programme, the list of products have been finalised after taking inputs from Telangana States by Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers. The identified products would be prioritised for all the districts across the State as part of the focused approach. The Centre suggested cultivation of chillies in Bhadradri-Kothagudem, Khammam, Bhupalpalli, Mahabubabad and Mulugu districts and groundnut in Jogulamba Gadwal, Narayanpet and Wanaparthy districts. Yadadri-Bhongir, Sangareddy and Siddipet have been preferred for milk-based products and Jagtial, Mancherial and Nagarkurnool for mangoes while cultivation of turmeric has been recommended for Nizamabad.
About One District One Focus Product (ODOFP)
The Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare finalized the products for One District One Focus Product (ODOFP). The products have been identified from agricultural, horticultural, animal, poultry, milk, fisheries and aquaculture, marine sectors for 728 districts across the country.
Task force on Interlinking of Rivers (ILR) has approved the preparation of final detailed project report (DPR) on the proposed Mahandi -Godavari
The task force on Interlinking of Rivers (ILR) has agreed and approved the preparation of final detailed project report (DPR) on the proposed Mahandi -Godavari link by ensuring utilisation of the allocated Godavari waters by Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, en route the link canal of the project.
About Godavari River
The Godavari is India's second longest river after the Ganga. Its source is in Triambakeshwar, Maharashtra. Godavari river rises near Nasik in Maharashtra and flows for a length of about 1465 km before outfalling in to the Bay of Bengal. The principal tributaries of the river are the Pravara, the Purna, the Manjra, the Penganga, the Wardha,the Wainganga the Pranhita (combined flow of Wainganga, Penganga, Wardha), the Indravati, the Maner and the Sabri.
About Mahanadi River
Mahanadi River, river in central India, rising in the hills of southeastern Chhattisgarh state and submerge in Bay of Bengal . The river flows through the states of Chhattisgarh and Odisha.
A total of 19.91 crore saplings are targeted to be planted as part of the Seventh Phase of Telangana Haritha Haram programme for mass afforestation in the year 2021-22. A meeting by the State level monitoring and coordination committee for Haritha Haram reviewed the arrangements and preparations for the Seventh Phase.
About Haritha Haram programme
Telangana Ku Haritha Haram or Haritha Haram is a large-scale tree-planting program implemented by the Government of Telangana to increase the amount of tree cover in the state from 24% to 33%. The program was launched by Telangana Chief Minister Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao on 3 July 2015. It is one of the Telangana Flagship programmes to rejuvenate degraded forests, protecting these forests from threats such as smuggling, encroachment, fire and grazing. It adopted intensive soil and moisture conservation measures based on a watershed approach.
Edition : 18th
2021Theme : Move the Needle
Organiser : Govt of Telangana and Govt of India
Asia's largest 18th edition life-sciences and healthcare forum 'BioAsia' will focus on Covid-19, Global Health, Pharma, and MedTech. It is organised under the theme: ‘Move the Needle’. The conference held on February 22 and 23 in Hyderabad. This event will provide a unique opportunity to Pharma and Biotech companies, Biotech start-ups, Academic Institutions, Scientists and Researchers, Policy Makers, and Regulatory Experts across the globe to discuss the Coronavirus and other insightful topics related to the life sciences industry.
About BioAsia 2020
BioAsia is a comprehensive framework dedicated to investors, researchers, start-ups to bring them at one stage. The aim is to create business paradigms for the ever-evolving needs of the Lifesciences industry.
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Hyderabad city has received the ‘Tree Cities of the World’ by the Arbor Day Foundation jointly with the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations Organisation. Hyderabad is the only city in the country to have been selected for this recognition in response to its commitment to growing and maintaining urban forestry and the State government’s Haritha Haram programme.
About Tree Cities of the World Recognisation
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the Arbor Day Foundation have developed this programme to celebrate greener cities and towns worldwide. To bring Tree Cities of the World across the globe and collaborate with like-minded organisations that will provide support to community leaders.